Self-driving

Haomo builds China's largest self-driving computing center, taking arms race to new level
Tesla has pioneered the autonomous driving 3.0 era, and Haomo is most likely to be the first Chinese company to do the same, analyst says. ...
Baidu plans to put 200 additional driverless vehicles into operation in 2023
Baidu's self-driving unit Apollo plans to put 200 fully driverless vehicles into operation in China in 2023 to create the world's largest driverless operations service area. ...
Baidu gets advanced assisted driving map permit in Shanghai
Baidu became the first in the industry to receive advanced assisted driving map permits in three Chinese cities. ...
Chinese autonomous driving startup QCraft unveils local chip-based ADAS solution
The solution offers automakers a solution better suited to China's road scenarios and is expected to reach mass production levels by mid-2023, QCraft said. ...
Baidu aims to build world's largest fully driverless ride-hailing service area in 2023
Baidu said it plans to scale up Apollo's operations and launch fully unmanned self-driving services in more regions in 2023. ...
Baidu, Pony.ai given green light to test self-driving cars with no one in front row in Beijing
Baidu and Pony.ai will both put 10 test vehicles in a 60-square-kilometer test area in Beijing with no one in the front row. ...
Pony.ai unveils concept robotaxi with foldable steering wheel built with SAIC AI Lab
Pony.ai to build a fleet of autonomous vehicles equipped with its L4 driverless solutions. ...
Pony.ai partners with Geely affiliates to build robotaxi fleet
Pony.ai has entered into a strategic partnership with Geely's ride-hailing unit Cao Cao Mobility and the Geely Intelligent Driving Center to build a robotaxi fleet within the year. ...
Chinese self-driving startup QCraft's robotaxi fleet powered by Nvidia DRIVE Orin begins operations
QCraft's robotaxis, each powered by two Nvidia DRIVE Orin SoCs, is in operation in Suzhou. ...
Fully unmanned self-driving will spread faster than expected, Baidu CEO believes
After L2 assisted driving, the next one to be commercially available first will be L4 autonomous driving technology, not L3, which is in the middle, according to Baidu's CEO. ...